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get past what might keep us distant because of what unites us. >>> congratulations and 50 years you've been a priest in 17 years as a bishop must've been exciting time for your opinion you are happy to help us through the vatican ordained in 1962 so how was that how was the church you knew and a day. >>> i think the church was growing even before the the council always growing and changing with each generation but i think the vatican council really touched back into older traditions not so much all whole new way of being a catholic a touching and traditions that had perhaps the most understated a friend since having the worship to the language of the people that's an old tradition not just a new idea it was new to the mid 20th century but it was a renewal rather than bringing in something brand new and think that was true for a lot of things in understanding how to teach the fate and how to live the faith in different circumstances it was a ring rather than a brand new product. >>> will get to the future, was that for people inured generation did you see that coming >>> i don't t
,000 in this year we're playing in seven venues in the bay area in our traditional five been used in san francisco berkeley marin and proud to to be added this year to venues in oakland we will be today at the piedmont theater and one free outdoor screen at the oakland our premier. with us took another clips called under african skies. >>> this is a film made by great documentary filmmaker who did metallica and also brother's keeper of some very seminal films a film about paul simon going back to south africa 25 years later after graceland came mountain looks for the performers and it worked with the musicians and have a reunion concert but also explores the controversy at the time which is that he broke the cultural boycott of south africa by performing their and by going there and they revisit that and it's an inspiring foam. >>> it meant a lot to me into a lot of us because it was great for a south africans to get together and not just black south african black and white south africans which is something that was never done. every budding knew how important this moment is amazing because they
claim the shared identity and cherish and celebrate our unique a daddy's and using those the skiffs to enrich the human community in critical areas like poverty and the environment and the mediation of conflict hoping to raise children with the new awareness of their neighbors so instead of recapitulating ancient animosity which city the people growing up with this sense that you're my neighbor came have a different faith and they believe different things we are neighbors and we could work together and are on ways to make committees better. >>> will talk more about the nine religions initiative right here coming up in a moment >>> in 1993 the then bishop a episcopalian bishop of california, was asked to put together something for the united nations celebration to interface sort of thing is still going on today. charles gibbs is with this asking about the goals of the united indigence initiative and a couple of examples of the projects may be. >>> one of the things we believe is critical is that we raise and a new generation of young leaders so we have a young leaders program that
assistant because of what unites us. >>> a thin 50 years a priest 17 years of bishop and must've been exciting time for you. potassium of the better questions and one for me is the church to happy to help us through the vatican to bump ordained in 1960 to the how was the church in new in the day the church received for the future. >>> i think the church was growing even before the vatican council always been growing and changing with each generation. and i think the vatican council really touched back into older traditions not so much a whole new way of being catholic but touching into traditions that have perhaps been lost or understated princeton's having the were shipped the language of the people it's an old tradition not just a new idea but there was new to the mid-20s century but it was or renewal rather than bringing in something brand new i think i was true for a lot of things the sacraments and understand how to teach the faith and let the faith of it was a renewing or rather than a brand new product. >>> and will get to the future and today the house that for people of you
>>> was a gun to mosaic on behalf of the rev. and myself with thanks for joining us for mosaic. the welcome back some good friends located here in the bay area charles gibbs with united religions initiative it's good to have you welcome now let's start right out united religions initiative >>> we are global and interfaith organization our purpose is to promote in during daily interfaith cooperation to end religious the motivated violence and create cultures of peace justice and healing for the earth and all living beings. small bowls. but carried out to many local groups called cooperation circles with over 550 of them in 80 countries over half a million members who each day tried to make some contribution to making that purpose a reality to interfaith cooperation. we are in 80 countries and 550 local groups and over half a million members. >>> the begun here in santa to scope greta that's correct out of an invitation from the un in 1993 to the then episcopal bishop pierre william swing ask him to post a one hour interfaith service from the u.n. charter setting at the grace c
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